Cristoph, Tong, and Rogers Remake ‘Where’s The Music Gone’

Cristoph has teamed up with the legendary dance music icons Pete Tong and Paul Rogers in remaking the latter duo’s ‘Where’s The Music Gone’. This remake of ‘Where’s The Music Gone’ has arrived on Above & Beyond‘s world-famous Anjunadeep label and it arrives nearly 13 years after the original hit song’s release. During those 13 years, Pete Tong has made ‘Where’s The Music Gone’ into a beloved classic amongst fans worldwide, especially at his must-attend Ibiza residencies. Fast-forward to 2024, the remake is here for anyone who loves progressive house music with a passion. Click ‘Play’ the Spotify link below to stream the phenomenal remake, a tune that resonates through the atmosphere and airwaves alike, just like how the original tune had done many years ago.

‘Where’s The Music Gone’ remake brings out sunshine vibes alongside melodic rhythms

Sometime in the mid-2010s, the melodic techno/deep house maestro that is Cristoph began playing his own edit of ‘Where’s The Music Gone’ in his own unique sets. Now that the remake is out, fans can get to enjoy the piano melodies, vocal samples, synth leads, and drum beats wherever they may be. Additionally, the release of this remake comes after Cristoph released his latest six-track EP, FaCet Vol. 3.

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Ken’s favorite music genres are rap, French & English Afrobeats, reggaeton, drill, rock (mostly metalcore and pop-punk), and of course, electronic music (especially French and Dutch house, German trance, Belgian techno, and British dubstep). Though he likes many sports, his main favorite sport is still the beautiful game of football (a.k.a in American English, soccer).